|A reception hosted by the Naval Association was held in the Mansion House Dublin on Wednesday 29th September, to mark the occassion of the retirement of ......
Commodore Frank Lynch......as Flag Officer Commanding the Naval Service. |
Lynch is also Patron of The Naval Association.
Declan Pendred Chairman of The Naval Association introduces the speakers.
Terry Cummins The Naval Association PRO Profiles Commodore Lynch
Commodore Lynch, Declan Pendred, Mrs. Lynch, Tommmy Kavanagh (President)
Malachi O'Gallagher guest speaker
Tommy Kavanagh President of The Naval Association presenting Waterford Crystal
Lamp to Commodore Kavanagh on behalf of the Naval Association
Cmdr.Walshe, Cmdr.Counighan, Fr. Campion (Naval Chaplain), Mrs Lynch, Lord Mayor, Commodore Lynch, Tommy Kavanagh, Cmdr.Ryan
Cmdr.Walshe, Cmdr.Counaghan, Fr. Campion (Naval Chaplain), Mag.Gen Ashe, Mrs Lynch, Lord Mayor, Commodore Lynch, Tommy Kavanagh, Cmdr.Ryan , Comdt.Colcough
(2 i/c Cathal Brugha Barracks)
L/R Mr. Tony Killeen T.D. (Minister for Defence), Commodore Frank Lynch,(F.O.C.N.S)
Mr. Gerry Breen,(Lord Mayor of Dublin), Mr. Thomas Kavanagh, (President of the Naval Association)
and Maj.Gen David Ashe (Deputy Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces)
The Minister for Defence, The Lord Mayor, Tommy Kavanagh, and Maj. Gen. Ash with Commodore Lynch's Family
Commodore Lynch and members of his family
Members of the Naval Association and guests at the reception for Commodore Lynch